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Discover the secret beauties of the Amalfi Coast, the liveliness of the Gulf of Naples and the magic of the Island of Capri. Go beyond the discovery of the Cinque Terre, and the Islands of the South Italy.

Amalfi Coast

This is the land of Syrens, the wooers of Ulysses, where the nature is still on the wild side,the sea an emerald grren and the multi-coloured houses clinging to the rockface and churches’domes covered with beautiful majolica. Amalfi, Atrani, Furore, Positano, Ravello, each inlet along the coast is a forestaste of paradise, every view remains imprinted in heart and mind. Forever. Be ready to fall in love thanks to the breathtaking views and landscapes which are the envy of the world!


Capri, with its cocktail of nature, art, culture and high society, has few equivalents in the world. The turquoise in the inlets, the white of the rocks in the blazing sun and the grey of the clifftops or the dense green of the Mediterranean maquis. Accessible only from the sea, the Blue Grotto, that together with the Faraglioni is the authentic trademark of Capri, owes its name to the remarkable play of colours that enchant the eyes of those who access it. Do not miss a walk through the streets the most famous for shopping and a stop at one of the outdoor café in the “piazzetta” of Capri, enjoying the island life.

Gulf of Naples

When the sea, the sun and the warmth of the people pervade the atmosphere, the Gulf of Naples is one of those places that cannot get into the heart to leave again. Sorrento, alternating sea and mountains, deep valleys and terraces of citrus, is a charming "balcony" from which to view the entire Gulf and the unmistakable outline of Vesuvius. Ischia, with its timeless charm, is not just beaches and thermae but also food and wine. Sit at the table eating and drinking local products is to be considered a journey within the journey. Procida, rustic and mysterious, of extraordinary beauty and mild climate is the typical Mediterranean landscape, steeped in ancient traditions and the authenticity of seafarers.